Beginning with ones and tens and increasing in difficulty to hundreds, 46 imaginatively-illustrated practice activities are sure to provide reinforcement of this essential math concept.
The clever activities are repeated in a variety of formats to insure a strong grasp of essential concepts. The groupings are represented in a number of different ways to keep interest high while providing consistent results. The level of difficulty increases gradually as students become more adept in their understanding and ability to deal with abstract problems. This visual approach to learning math is appropriate for students of all ages and can be used in a variety of classroom settings.
Upon completing this book, students should be able to: identify the place name of a digit by its position in a numeral, attribute a value to each digit in a numeral, graphically illustrate three-digit numbers, write three-digit numbers correctly, and discriminate greater and less than quantities.